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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. " PROFESSIONAL CARD " ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted at the following rates : 1 Insertion —4 lines— ls. 1

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. " PROFESSIONAL CARD " ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted at the following rates : 1 Insertion —4 lines— ls. 1

(Prepaid Terms) 13 Insertions-4 lines-10s. I Including a copy of THE Music HALL, post free. Advertisements should be posted on Tuesday and addressed to Publisher, THE Milsic HALL, 14, Leicester Street, London, W.C.
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
RANIIESES

RANIIESES

THE EGYPTIAN TEMPLE OF MYSTERIES. Communications CIO THE MIMIC HALL.
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
PAuLeiNocEvALLI

PAuLeiNocEvALLI

L'lncomparable.
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
REFINED GAN., A, THE GREAT DANE.

REFINED GAN., A, THE GREAT DANE.

REFINED GAN., THE GREAT DANE. This Week, Empire, Cardiff. Next Week, Empire, Swansea.
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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House, Sunday Re-unions. Always a Board-residence if required. Terms moderate. hearty welcome. Luncheons, etc., at popular prices.—De Costa, Proprietor. GLASGOW.—BUCHAN AN STREET 1 QOUTHSEA. Mrs. Boelhouwer. 20, STATION HOTEL. Highly recommended Duncan Road. Piano ; bath ; half
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 

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SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

NEW 'YORK. GREATEST THEATRICAL PAPER PUBLISHED IN AMERICA. Will guarantee that it has by many thousands a larger circulation than any other dramatic periodical in the United States. Fiftieth Street and Eighth Avenue, New York City, N.Y. The N Y. MORNING TELEGRAPH is on Sale at D
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
AGAINST SUNDAY SHOWS.

AGAINST SUNDAY SHOWS.

At Tuesday's meeting of the London County Council a recommendation of the Theatres and Music-Halls Committee recommended that no application for permission to use premises licensed by the Council under the Cinematograph Act, 1909, for cinematograph entertainments on Sundays shou
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
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Mr. Walter Hassan, manager of the Hippodrome, Liverpool, requests us to add the name of his staff as contributing a floral tribute on the occasion of the funeral of the late Mr. Thomas Barrasford. The Hippodrome staff was inadvertently omitted from the official acknowledgment. •
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
IPSWICH.

IPSWICH.

Hippodrcme (Proprietor, Mr. E. H. BOStock ; Resident Manager, Mr. Dougi tis Bostock).—Harry Russon, actor comedian ; Coram, smart ventriloquist; Gicardo, jur.-ler ; Bert Woodward, in a cycle act; Austral Trio, in " A Musical Evening "; Cissie Cross, a cemedienne of merit: Harry
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England
 
TONYPANDY.

TONYPANDY.

Hippodrome (Sole Lessee, Mr. Will Stone; General Manager, Mr. Edgar Harper).— Tennyson and Wallis are mirth-provoking comedians; Sisters Slater are much appreciated; Andrews and Thompson, in a vocal scena, " The Rube and Romany," make a decided hit; Hicks and Hunter prove to be
17 February 1910 - Music Hall and Theatre Review - London, London, England